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You can add a code block by using Ctrl + Alt + 6 (or ⌘ + Alt + 6 on Mac) Source: https://medium.com/help-center/writing-128f049a7ad#b41a
A published Google spreadsheet is an iframe. At this time, Medium does not allow iframes (source). I think the best you can do to include a table is to Convert it into text (here's a handy tool for that). Post this text as a code block: see How to embed code snippets in Medium? Naturally, this copy-pasting will create a static snapshot of your ...
It's just a matter of pasting the iframe code. The following <iframe src="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/DOC-ID/viewform?embedded=true" width="760" height="500" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading...</iframe> is converted to this after saving the post [googleapps domain="docs" dir="forms/d/DOC-ID/viewform" ...
As of last night, you should be able to pre-fill data using the same methodology outlined in the post that you referenced above. The system has been updated so that large payloads on initialization result in a POST to load the form, rather than a GET. Disclaimer: I'm an engineer on the Cognito Forms team..
Depending on how streamlined you want this process, it seems to be fairly trivial to get the public URL of individual photos using the tools in your browser. When you are viewing the photo (either full screen or just the thumbnail) on Google+ you can select "Copy image URL" (Chrome) or "Copy Image Location" (Firefox) from the right-mouse/context menu. You ...
Just click on the video title, it will take you to YouTube. Then click on Share button, grab the embed link and paste it on your blog.
I don't know this for sure, but it may be because Medium is served exclusively over https, so embeds must also be https. JS Bin is available under https with a pro account: https://jsbin.com/upgrade
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